SYDNEY footballer Gary Rohan has committed to the club for a further three years.
The Cobden export has signed a three-year deal with the Swans, linking him to the club until the end of the 2017 season.
Rohan, 22, played five of the Sydney’s last six games in 2013 after recovering from a horrific broken leg.
He missed more than 12 months after he was injured in a collision with North Melbourne’s Lindsay Thomas early in 2012.
The former number six draft pick played in the Swans’ pre-season challenge loss to West Coast at Blacktown on Thursday night, kicking three goals and showing off his trademark speed. Rohan has played 27 AFL games since he was drafted from the Geelong Falcons in 2009.